RV Winter Destinations to Die For
Winter can be brutal, but it doesn’t have to be! Between the beautiful snow kissed trees and mountains and weather with an excuse to get cozy indoors, you don’t want to miss the beauty of RVing in the winter. Here are some winter destinations to die for that will make your winter trip all worth the while!
Hot Springs National Park KOA, Arkansas
There’s nothing like dipping into soothing hot springs during those cold winter months! That’s why this park is truly to die for! Not only is this campground only minutes away from the hot springs but you’re bound for some beautiful winter views as it sits in the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains. Along with relaxing aspects of this getaway there are also adventurous things to do. You can go hiking, crystal hunting, fishing, boating, watch horse races at Oaklawn Racetrack, go shopping, and much more. On top of all of that, the campground itself has an arcade, billiards, pet playground and laundry facilities.
Boyne Falls, Michigan
Nothing says snow like Michigan! And Boyne Falls is a beautiful place to stay. Chandler HIll Campground is located in Boyne Falls and has a number of amenities like bathrooms with showers, laundry facilities, playgrounds, yurt cabin rentals, and a camp store including beer and wine selection where you can even order a keg. But what you’re really there to see is Boyne Falls itself. There are 3 ski resorts near by because skiing is a big part of winter up there! You can also go tubing and ice skating at the resorts. But the most unique thing about this destination is Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark. That’s right, and indoor water park where you and your family can go enjoy in the winter time and keep warm.
It’s no wonder this city was the home of the 2002 Winter Olympics, it’s the perfect place for winter activities. There’s tons of cross country trails and beautiful hiking paths to explore. As for parking your RV there are some great options like Mountain Valley RV Resort which is nestled by the Rocky Mountains. They have a number of things to do at the resort like pickle ball courts, a game room, outdoor fireplaces, dog parks, and more. The possibilities are endless in this winter wonderland. Enjoy snowmobiling, tubing, nordic skiing, visit the Midway Ice Castles, or get warm at The Crater. The Crater is a geothermal spring that’s hidden within a 55 foot tall limestone rock, 2 miles below the surface. In here the water stays at a consistent 90-96 degrees.
Also known as Central Oregon, Bend is a snowy area of Oregon with breathtaking views of the mountains, trees, rivers, and lakes. There are a number of different RV parks in the Central Oregon area to choose from like Tumalo State Park Campground, Crown Villa RV Resort, Crane Prairie Resort & RV Park, Bend-Sunriver RV Campground, and many more. Besides the varying RV parks and nearby areas to explore you can also explore the city itself, offering tons of shops, restaurants, movie theater, ice skating, parks, and more. With an incredible view of the mountainous skyline, it’s hard to forget that this is very much a ski town. Mt. Bachelor is the most popular destination out of all the surrounding mountains. With an average of 30 feet of snow per year, you’ll have plenty to do between skiing, snowboarding, and tubing.